Fabcel Nitrile Pad for Vibration Isolation

By: Fabreeka International  09-12-2011

Technical Specifications:

The unique "cell" (waffle) pattern on the Fabcel vibration isolation pad is specifically designed to maintain the proper shape factor for the pads when under load. This feature allows Fabcel pads to support more load than other rubber pads of the same size and thickness.

Fabcel pads have a damping rate of 6% of critical.

Fabcel pad is made from a nitrile compound and is therefore impervious to most oils and cutting fluids and is resistant to the effects of steam, water, mildew and brine. The effective temperature range is -20°F to 150°F.

Fabcel Pads 25 50 and 200 100 and 300
Shore "A" Durometer Hardness 25 ± 5 50 ± 5 65 ± 5
Tensile Strength   2,000 psi 2,000 psi
Elongation   350% 250%
Resilience   52% 60%

Fabcel Pads are rated for loads as follows:

Pad Maximum Load Thickness
Fabcel 25 25 psi 5/16"
Fabcel 50 50 psi 5/16"
Fabcel 100 100 psi 5/16"
Fabcel 200 200 psi 1/2"
Fabcel 300 300 psi 1/2"

What is shape factor?

Does durometer affect the isolation efficiency of rubber pads?

How is damping different than isolation/absorption?

How does Fabcel pad work as a shock isolator/damper?

Can Fabcel pad material act as an electrical insulator?

Can Fabcel pad be cut to size in the field?

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